This summer I’m so excited to be heading to a yoga festival! It’s been a while since my Reading days so I’ve been working hard on updating my festival wardrobe, ready for three lovely days of yoga, gin and glitter. Luckily for me, last weekend Crown and Glory came to Bristol with their pop-up stall and invited us down to have a go at designing our own flower headpieces. View Full Post
January is finally over – it’s felt like quite a long’un, hasn’t it? What with skiing and LFWM I knew that I could never commit to Dry January, but I know plenty of you guys did, so I saved this post to give you a great way to kick off a new month of boozing. Just before Christmas, the lovely folk at Be At One on the Triangle invited us to try out one of their cocktail masterclasses. If you didn’t know, I’m very partial to a cocktail masterclass (Harvey Nichols definitely need to get me some kind of loyalty card), so I signed Jon and I straight up to broaden our experience. View Full Post
Weekends sans plans might be depressing to some, but as soon as I realise I’ve got a weekend to myself, I secretly grin with delight. There’s nothing better than a rainy autumn Saturday with no-one to please other than myself, leaving plenty of time to go and do all the things I’ve been meaning to do! Last weekend, I made the most of some me-time to explore Old Market, heading to brand new shop and bar, To The Moon.
I’ve decided that the end of summer is the perfect time to go on holiday. You’ve made the most of any British summer sun (this year was particularly good to us), missed the school holiday crush and had the chance to grab some summer holiday essentials in the sales. This year, we planned a whole week of holiyay fun (see my post on Estepona to find out what we got up to in the latter part of the week), kicking things off with a visit to check out Brooks Country House Hotel. View Full Post
I was terrible at ballet when I was small. I mean, really terrible. I remember prancing around our school hall thinking I was about to become the next Billy Elliot, before catching sight of myself in the mirror and thinking that maybe I would stick with swimming after all. So when I was invited to try barrecore, the ballet-inspired fitness class that has spread across London like wildfire, I thought it might be time to once more try and gain some elegance whilst working out.